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An Edinburgh Eleven - Pencil Portraits from College Life.

by BARRIE, J.M

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Office of the ''British Weekly'', London., 1889. First edition. ''British Weekly'' Extras, No. III. First issue, with the author's name given as ''Gavin Ogilvy'' on the upper cover. Small quarto. 115 pages. Four pages of publishers' advertisements at rear.Endpapers lightly tanned. Head and tail of spine and corners slightly bumped. Very good indeed.


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